Time for an October reading wrap-up!
I was obsessed with horror books this month. Lots of spooky fun in preparation for Halloween!
The Long Walk by Stephen King
100 teen boys must walk until they drop dead in this dystopian novel. Chilling and sparse.
We Are the Nerds by Christine Lagorio-Chafkin
This nonfiction book recounts the inception, pratfalls, and rise of Reddit, the social sharing platform.
My Squirrel Days by Ellie Kemper
In her memoir, Ellie Kemper shares anecdotes from her childhood and her days on The Office and Kimmy Schmidt.
Bird Box by Josh Malerman
Monsters make people kill themselves. In this post-apocalyptic world, a mother must escape, blindfolded.
The Broken Girls by Simone St. James
Many years ago, girls at a boarding school faced trauma and murder. Now, it’s come back and journalist Fiona is on the case.
Providence by Caroline Kepness
Jon is kidnapped as a child, then returned four years later with mysterious powers. Will it tear him from his love?
Sleeping Beauties by Owen and Stephen King
Women mysteriously grow cocoons around them when they fall asleep. What is a world like without women?
The Outsider by Stephen King
A supernatural Outsider may be behind a series of gruesome murders. It’s up to a crew to figure it out.
The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay
Four strangers invade the cabin home of Wen and her two dads, demanding an ultimate sacrifice.
Dead Leaves by Kealan Patrick Burke
This collection of short stories is perfect for telling around a campfire, or reading alone at night.
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